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Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:30 p.m. April 20

It's no secret that April 20 is a big day around here, and this year at Red Rocks, it's going to be celebrated by some of ganja's biggest advocates, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa. Both cats are obviously no stranger to the herb, so it only makes sense that they'll be on hand to help commemorate... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Hip-Hop

Franz Ferdinand

Gothic Theatre : 8:00 p.m. April 21

In the post-Britpop era, Franz Ferdinand was once neck and neck with Arctic Monkeys for the title of the British Isles' top alt-rock export. Debut single "Take Me Out" seemed to take out everything else on the airwaves upon its 2004 release, welding jangly guitars to a ramrod-stiff... More >>

Southwest Denver Suburbs Rock

420 Rally and Cannabis Culture Music Festival

Civic Center Park : April 19; April 20

Though last year’s event was overshadowed by the non-fatal shooting of three people in the crowd, the 420 Rally at Civic Center Park event was hitherto known as a peaceable gathering at which participants joined a massive smokeout in protest of cannabis prohibition. A yearly tradition for... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Hip-Hop, EDM

The Waldos Music Fest

Fillmore Auditorium : 7:00 p.m. April 20

It's difficult to separate the spiritual and musical journeys of Matisyahu. The artist's religious life has played into his stage persona since 2004, when his debut album Shake Off the Dust...Arise introduced audiences to the rapping Orthodox Jew who also had a knack for reggae and alternative... More >>

Central Denver Reggae, Hip-Hop

Daze on the Green

Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park : 1:00 p.m. April 18

Reed Mathis talks about improvisation like it's a mystical religion. The bassist for the San Francisco-based quintet Tea Leaf Green and former frontman of the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey sees a great deal of power in making music on the spot, and that passion will likely be front and center when... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Funk, Festival, Bluegrass

OFF!

The Black Sheep : 7:00 p.m. April 18

OFF! is a bit of a hardcore supergroup, founded by Keith Morris formerly of Black Flag and Circle Jerks and Dimitri Coats who was best known as a member of heavy rock band Burning Brides. The two became friends not long after Coats and the Brides made Los Angeles their home. Beyond their... More >>

Southern Colorado Rock

Cannabis Cup Opening Night Party

Denver Mart : 8:30 p.m. April 18

With all of his extracurricular acting endeavors over the years, it's easy to forget that Ice Cube was a rapper first and foremost. But a single listen to his seminal work with N.W.A or any of the classic albums that followed will remind you how dope the dude is and dispel any notion that he's... More >>

North Denver Hip-Hop

The Bronx

Bluebird Theater : 9:00 p.m. April 18

The Bronx recalls acts like the Refused and Gallows, with none of the pretense and most of the bombast. Led by Matt Caughthran, whose bloodcurdling, throat-shredding screams are somehow always in tune, the group can seem harmless and playful at times, especially as Mariachi El Bronx (who play... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Tigran

Oriental Theater : 9:30 p.m. April 18

Although jazz pianist Tigran Hamasyan, who's just going by his first name these days, is only in his mid-twenties, he already has more than two decades of playing under his belt. Having started on piano at the age of three, he was already playing festivals by the time he was thirteen. With a... More >>

Northwest Denver Jazz

Daze on the Green

Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park : April 19

The Orb got its start in the second half of the '80s, inspired by dub and house music. Cited as an influence of many modern electronic music artists today, the act also had a major impact on ambient artists of the past few decades, including guitar bands like Seefeel and late-period Slowdive.... More >>

Central Denver Rock, Free, Festival, Electronica

Laurent Garnier

Beta : April 19

Laurent Garnier has been producing music longer than most of the electronic music fans have been alive. Growing up in the European scene, Garnier has proven that staying true to yourself as a musician is still one way to ensure career longevity. In advance of his appearances at Beta next week... More >>

Downtown Denver EDM

Lo-Fang

Lost Lake Lounge : April 19

When Lo-Fang opened for Lorde last month, the trio led by singer/guitarist/violinist Matthew Hemerlein, created an organic and detailed sound not unlike that of Tindersticks. At times it also bordered on a Celtic folk sound, like a chamber-pop band branching out of the usual arrangements. When... More >>

Central Denver Rock

OFF!

Marquis Theater : 7:00 p.m. April 19

OFF! is a bit of a hardcore supergroup, founded by Keith Morris formerly of Black Flag and Circle Jerks and Dimitri Coats who was best known as a member of heavy rock band Burning Brides. The two became friends not long after Coats and the Brides made Los Angeles their home. Beyond their... More >>

Downtown Denver Rock, Punk

Slightly Stoopid

Red Rocks Amphitheatre : 7:00 p.m. April 19

A generation of teenagers is actively pissed off that Sublime's Brad Nowell overdosed after making only three albums — and for them, Slightly Stoopid, joined here by Mac Miller and Mariachi El Bronx, might be the next best thing. During the mid-'90s, Stoopid ones Miles Doughty and Kyle... More >>

West Denver Suburbs Hip-Hop

Drive-By Truckers

Fillmore Auditorium : 8:00 p.m. April 19

More than a decade back, the Drive-By Truckers earned a reputation for being the drunkest, shit-kicking-est band south of the Mason-Dixon and east of the Mississippi. Co-front men Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley were north Alabama boys who moved to Athens, Georgia, and assembled a bar band with... More >>

Central Denver Rock

People Under the Stairs

Fox Theatre : 8:30 p.m. April 19

Wes Craven's The People Under the Stairs was an ooky exposé that explored the depths of some people's depravity, with intermingling touches of creepiness and comedy. And anyone who discredits the dynamic duo in the hip-hop act People Under the Stairs has got to be a "fool." Instead of... More >>

Boulder Hip-Hop

Paper Diamond

Ogden Theatre : 9:00 p.m. April 19

Paragon, the latest album from Alex Botwin's exploratory band Paper Diamond begins with "The Intro," a song that sets a suspenseful mood and builds delicately through trap and house beats, propelling an Obie Trice sample over a hard bass line on the refrain "They can't tell me nothin'." This... More >>

Central Denver EDM

Method Man & Redman

Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom : 3:00 p.m. April 20

This time last year, in front of a sold-out crowd, hip-hop and weed icons, Method Man and Redman turned Cervantes' into a backyard house party as the MCs delighted the crowd with classic hits and an energetic stage show that showcased their timeless music. The ballroom served as a community... More >>

Downtown Denver Hip-Hop

Rusko

City Hall : 9:00 p.m. April 20

For Colorado's annual celebration in honor of smoking the ganja -- known otherwise as the twentieth of April to non-imbibers -- Rusko (aka Christopher Mercer), the renowned dubstep producer hailing from England, is bringing his production to City Hall. More >>

Central Denver EDM

Tokyo Police Club

Bluebird Theater : 8:00 p.m. April 21

Bands like Tokyo Police Club are drastically changing the definition of the term "indie rock." Sure, the group possesses the shrill, lightly distorted guitars and cutesy nice-guy vocals that have become synonymous with the genre, but when you're a band as big as this one, the term "independent"... More >>

Central Denver Rock

The Knife

Fillmore Auditorium : 8:30 p.m. April 21

Recently, Swedish duo the Knife opted to drop the disguises it used to employ as a tool with which to critique notions of identity and fame. For the conceptualization and writing of its latest album, Shaking the Habitual, the Knife challenged its own ideas of what it wanted to be and what it... More >>

Central Denver Rock

Slick Rick

Cervantes' Other Side : 9:00 p.m. April 22

Slick Rick (aka Ricky Walters) was the centerpiece of hip-hop's golden era, that period of time after Run-DMC had its success and before MC Hammer started dancing for Kentucky Fried Chicken. In 1988 he released The Great Adventures of Slick Rick, a masterpiece filled with witty lyrics and the... More >>

Downtown Denver Hip-Hop

Tyler, the Creator

Fox Theatre : 7:00 p.m. April 24

Tyler, the Creator incited "riot situations" in Boulder the last time he was here. He's only in his early 20s, but with his experience leading the Odd Future collective, Tyler is simultaneously a veteran and a greenhorn; his latest release, Wolf, was his most mature and refined to date. More >>

Boulder Hip-Hop

UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival

Union Colony Civic Center : 7:30 p.m. April 24

For over four decades, the University of Northern Colorado has been hosting the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival, which has become the largest of its kind in the nation. While this year's headliners, including the Wayne Shorter Quartet, Christian McBride and the Swingle Singers are reason enough to... More >>

Northern Colorado Jazz

Chvrches

Ogden Theatre : 8:00 p.m. April 24

Chvrches' ascent to theater-headlining status on distant continents has been giddying. The Scottish trio released its debut single but a year back and only last September did an album, The Bones of What You Believe, appear. The mystery of this career curve is actually pretty straightforward:... More >>

Central Denver Rock
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